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Animal of the Catskills. By:Ned1198. White-tailed Deer. Type: mammal Diet: herbivore lifespan in captivty:6 to 14 years Size: 6 to 7.75 ft. Weight: 110 to 300 lbs. Bicknell’s thrush (catharus bicknelli). The estimated population is 21,000 to 53,000 The population trend is decreasing

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Animal of the Catskills

By:Ned1198


White-tailed Deer

  • Type: mammal

  • Diet: herbivore

  • lifespan in captivty:6 to 14 years

  • Size: 6 to 7.75 ft.

  • Weight: 110 to 300 lbs.


Bicknell’s thrush (catharus bicknelli)

  • The estimated population is 21,000 to 53,000

  • The population trend is decreasing

  • Diet: caterpillars, beetles, ants, flies, wasps


Red Fox

  • The red fox likes to eat rodents, rabbits, and small birds.

  • A fox’s hearing is very good so they can hear a watch ticking from forty yards away!!

  • A red fox

    Is a mam-

    mal


Brown Trout

  • There regular length is 3 foot 4 inches

  • Their habitat is cold streams and lakes

  • Fish are not reptiles, amphibians, or mammals they are just fish!


Milk Snakes

  • A milk snakes diet includes small rodents, birds, and other small snakes

    They like hiding places and bark

    Milk snakes are reptiles


Peregrine Falcon

  • Feeds mostly on doves, waterfowls, songbirds, and pigeons

  • The peregrine falcon has two other

    names which are the duck hawk and the King’s provider.

    The duck hawk can

    Dive at 200 miles an

    Hour at least!


Black Bears

  • Black bears likes to eat nuts, acorns, fruits, insects, and greens.

  • Black Bears are mammals


Long-tailed Weasel

  • Long-tailed weasels love to eat voles, moles, squirrels, chipmunks, shrews, and rabbits


Bobcat

  • Some are known to live 25 years but most live 15

  • The bobcats size is twice the size of a housecat


Coyote

  • The coyote is an omnivore!

  • The coyote can live up to 14 years


Gray Fox

  • They eat small mammals, birds, and vegetation


Opossum

  • Opossums eat vegetables, insects, and mushrooms


Woodchuck

  • The woodchuck eats insects


Beaver

  • From what we learned we think beavers eat insects and spiders


Mink

  • Minks like to eat fish, birds, and crayfish


Muskrat

  • Muskrats like to eat arrowheads, cattails, and duckweed


Bull Frogs

  • Bullfrogs will eat anything they can swallow


Snapping Turtle

  • Snapping turtles eat birds, crabs, nuphar, and typha


http://www.avianweb.com/peregrinefalcons.html

Sites

http://www.birds.cornell.edu/bfl/speciesaccts/bicthr.html

  • http://www.catskillarchive.com/rockwell/9.htm

  • http://www.birdlife.org/datazone/species/index.html?action=SpcHTMDetails.asp&sid=30034

  • http://depts.washington.edu/natmap/facts/long-tailed_weasel_712.html

http://kids.yahoo.com/animals/fishes/3566--Brown+Trout


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